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Textiles: Popular Culture And The Law, Laura F. Edwards Jan 2016

Textiles: Popular Culture And The Law, Laura F. Edwards

Buffalo Law Review

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Humbug: Toward A Legal History, Susanna Blumenthal Jan 2016

Humbug: Toward A Legal History, Susanna Blumenthal

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Organic Poise: Capitalism As Law, Christopher Tomlins Jan 2016

Organic Poise: Capitalism As Law, Christopher Tomlins

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Some Final Observations On Legal Intellectual History, Robert W. Gordon Jan 2016

Some Final Observations On Legal Intellectual History, Robert W. Gordon

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Opportunities For Law's Intellectual History, Mark Fenster, John Henry Schlegel Jan 2016

Opportunities For Law's Intellectual History, Mark Fenster, John Henry Schlegel

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Bridge Between: Law And The New Intellectual Histories Of Capitalism, Ajay K. Mehrotra Jan 2016

A Bridge Between: Law And The New Intellectual Histories Of Capitalism, Ajay K. Mehrotra

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Capitalism And Risk: Concepts, Consequences, And Ideologies, Edward A. Purcell Jr. Jan 2016

Capitalism And Risk: Concepts, Consequences, And Ideologies, Edward A. Purcell Jr.

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Causation, Legal History, And Legal Doctrine, Charles Barzun Jan 2016

Causation, Legal History, And Legal Doctrine, Charles Barzun

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Mr. Peabody's Improbable Legal Intellectual History, Mark Fenster Jan 2016

Mr. Peabody's Improbable Legal Intellectual History, Mark Fenster

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Writing The Social History Of Legal Doctrine, Cynthia Nicoletti Jan 2016

Writing The Social History Of Legal Doctrine, Cynthia Nicoletti

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


On Absences As Material For Intellectual Historical Study, John Henry Schlegel Jan 2016

On Absences As Material For Intellectual Historical Study, John Henry Schlegel

Buffalo Law Review

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Creating The Public Forum, Samantha Barbas Jan 2011

Creating The Public Forum, Samantha Barbas

Journal Articles

The public forum doctrine protects a right of access - “First Amendment easements” - to streets and parks and other traditional places for public expression. It is well known that the doctrine was articulated by the Supreme Court in a series of cases in the 1930s and 1940s. Lesser known are the historical circumstances that surrounded its creation. Critics believed that in a modern world where the mass media dominated public discourse - where the soap box orator and pamphleteer had been replaced by the radio and mass circulation newspaper - mass communications had undermined the possibility of widespread participation in politics, public life ...


The Law Librarian Of The Twentieth And Twenty-First Centuries: A Figuration In Flux, Theodora Belniak Jan 2009

The Law Librarian Of The Twentieth And Twenty-First Centuries: A Figuration In Flux, Theodora Belniak

Law Librarian Journal Articles

Through inspection of scholarly writings of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, Ms. Belniak articulates the skill sets, knowledge areas, and personality characteristics of the archetypal law librarian over the last one hundred years.


Law And Economic Change During The Short Twentieth Century, John Henry Schlegel Jan 2008

Law And Economic Change During The Short Twentieth Century, John Henry Schlegel

Contributions to Books

Published as Chapter 16 in Cambridge History of Law in America, Volume 3: The Twentieth Century and After (1920–), Michael Grossberg & Christopher Tomlins, eds.

The brief recounting of the American economy in the twenties and thirties raises obvious questions about law and economic change. Economic change is the shift from one enacted, in both senses, understanding of economic life to another, in the case of the short twentieth century, from an associationalist economy to an impatient economy. This chapter explicates this economic change, and interrogates it in order to understand the role of law in its occurrence. Despite the essential ...


Understanding Buffalo's Economic Development (Review Essay), Thomas E. Headrick, John Henry Schlegel Apr 2007

Understanding Buffalo's Economic Development (Review Essay), Thomas E. Headrick, John Henry Schlegel

Book Reviews

Reviewing Diana Dillaway, Power Failure: Politics, Patronage, and the Economic Future of Buffalo, New York (2006).


The Voice Of Willard Hurst, Alfred S. Konefsky Jan 2000

The Voice Of Willard Hurst, Alfred S. Konefsky

Journal Articles

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Notes Toward An Intimate, Opinionated, And Affectionate History Of The Conference On Critical Legal Studies, John Henry Schlegel Jan 1984

Notes Toward An Intimate, Opinionated, And Affectionate History Of The Conference On Critical Legal Studies, John Henry Schlegel

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Not Socrates, But Protagoras: The Sophistic Basis Of Legal Education, William C. Heffernan Jul 1980

Not Socrates, But Protagoras: The Sophistic Basis Of Legal Education, William C. Heffernan

Buffalo Law Review

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The New Property Of The Nineteenth Century: The Development Of The Modern Concept Of Property, Kenneth J. Vandevelde Apr 1980

The New Property Of The Nineteenth Century: The Development Of The Modern Concept Of Property, Kenneth J. Vandevelde

Buffalo Law Review

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American Legal Realism And Empirical Social Science: The Singular Case Of Underhill Moore, John Henry Schlegel Apr 1980

American Legal Realism And Empirical Social Science: The Singular Case Of Underhill Moore, John Henry Schlegel

Buffalo Law Review

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American Legal Realism And Empirical Social Science: From The Yale Experience, John Henry Schlegel Jul 1979

American Legal Realism And Empirical Social Science: From The Yale Experience, John Henry Schlegel

Buffalo Law Review

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The Structure Of Blackstone's Commentaries, Duncan Kennedy Apr 1979

The Structure Of Blackstone's Commentaries, Duncan Kennedy

Buffalo Law Review

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Contribution To An Explication Of The Activity Of The Warren Majority Of The Supreme Court, Mitchell Franklin Apr 1975

Contribution To An Explication Of The Activity Of The Warren Majority Of The Supreme Court, Mitchell Franklin

Buffalo Law Review

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The Eighth Amendment, Beccaria, And The Enlightenment: An Historical Justification For The Weems V. United States Excessive Punishment Doctrine, Deborah A. Schwartz, Jay Wishingrad Apr 1975

The Eighth Amendment, Beccaria, And The Enlightenment: An Historical Justification For The Weems V. United States Excessive Punishment Doctrine, Deborah A. Schwartz, Jay Wishingrad

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Jeremy Bentham's Codification Proposals And Some Remarks On Their Place In History, Terry Difilippo Oct 1972

Jeremy Bentham's Codification Proposals And Some Remarks On Their Place In History, Terry Difilippo

Buffalo Law Review

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Some Considerations On The Existential Force Of Roman Law In The Early History Of The United States, Mitchell Franklin Oct 1972

Some Considerations On The Existential Force Of Roman Law In The Early History Of The United States, Mitchell Franklin

Buffalo Law Review

Paper prepared for the II Congreso interamericano de derecho romano of the Seminario de derecho romano de la facultad de derecho de la Universitad nacional autónoma de México, July 17-21, 1972, in coordination with, the Associación interamericana de derecho romano, with seat at the Universidad de Paraiba, Joao Pessoa, Brasil.


Towards A Subjective Theory Of Law: Some Legal Implications Of Existentialism, Barry Bassis Oct 1972

Towards A Subjective Theory Of Law: Some Legal Implications Of Existentialism, Barry Bassis

Buffalo Law Review

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The Influence Of Bentham's Philosophy Of Law On The Early Nineteenth Century Codification Movement In The United States, George M. Hezel Oct 1972

The Influence Of Bentham's Philosophy Of Law On The Early Nineteenth Century Codification Movement In The United States, George M. Hezel

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.